They’re trying to make election fraud a permanent fixture in our country.
You know it, I know it, they know it, and the biggest myth is that election fraud is something new which occurred for the first time in 2020.
Election fraud has been happening in a myriad of ways since at least the 19th century.
There are a plethora of tactics one can use to manipulate an election such as ballot harvesting, labor unions, rigging elections through legal changes, or old fashioned mob violence.
All have been used before, and they will likely all be used again, but today many of these tactics are sold under the guise of ‘voters rights’, and Joe Biden is attempting to be the steward of those ‘rights’.
Voters rights groups in Georgia aren’t having it though, as many of them have been critical of his attempts to malign the current reforms to election security seen in Georgia.
One of these groups has taken out billboard ads to blast Biden:
The motivation behind the ads was explained by quotations appearing on Conservative Brief:
“I don’t know how many Americans when you say that you’re fighting for voting rights, think that means that we should be directing taxpayer dollars to politicians’ campaigns, but that’s what some of these bills do,” Snead said.
“And a whole bunch of other stuff, which all is really designed to weaken voting safeguards and, I would argue, change the machinery of democracy to favor one party over the other,” he continued. “And that’s just not what democracy’s supposed to be about.”
Several Georgia-based voting rights organizations have released the following statement ahead of @POTUS and @VP’s trip to Atlanta tomorrow where they are expected to discuss voting rights #gapol pic.twitter.com/NUhLLPadfa
— Hannah Cotter (@HannahECotter) January 11, 2022
The Washington Post gave Biden’s claims about Georgia’s voting laws “four Pinnochios.”
The truth? Georgia’s new election law has been a success!
— GOP (@GOP) January 11, 2022
Breitbart had more:
The Georgia groups criticizing Joe Biden’s speech as a “photo op” include The Galeo Impact Fund, New Georgia Project Action Fund, Black Votes Matter, Asian American Advocacy Fund, and the Atlanta-North Georgia Labor Council.